This action was brought under the Louisiana Workmen's Compensation Statute to recover benefits for total and permanent disability, penalties and attorney's fees. At the time of trial it was stipulated that the plaintiff was entitled to a judgment awarding him benefits for total and permanent disability, and the only issue to be decided by the trial court was the question of liability for penalties and attorney...
HARMON v. MID-SOUTH GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC.
218 So.2d 390 (1969)
Homer G. HARMON, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. MID-SOUTH GENERAL CONTRACTORS, INC. et al., Defendants-Appellees.
Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Second Circuit.https://leagle.com/images/logo.png
January 7, 1969.
Rehearing Denied February 5, 1969.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Simon, Carroll, Fitzgerald & Fraser, Shreveport, for appellant.
Mayer & Smith, Shreveport, for Mid-South General Contractors, Inc.
Adams & Reese, New Orleans, Booth, Lockard, Jack, Pleasant & LeSage, Shreveport, for Loffland Brothers Co.
Before AYRES, BOLIN and PRICE, JJ.
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